Online Travel Guide - USA
Mid Atlantic Architecture (DC, DE, MD, NJ, NY, OH, ON, PA, VA, WV)
Architecture in Long Island, the Hamptons, Montauk, Fire Island
On Long Island, floridly decorated historic Gold Coast mansions grace the North Shore while in the Hamptons, unusual post-modern architectural innovations abound.
Architecture in Manhattan and New York City
As New York City has been an urban center for 300 years, it has stood at the crossroads of architectural innovation and creativity.
Architecture in Cooperstown, New Paltz, Catskills and Hudson Valley
The Catskills and the Hudson Valley is a great region in which to celebrate eccentric architecture.
Architecture in Lake Placid, Lake George, Saratoga Springs, Adirondacks and Northern New York
Architecture in Toronto, Niagara Falls, Finger Lakes in Western New York and South Central Ontario
Between western New York (NY) and south-central Ontario, the range of architectural styles is vast. The region's architecture will both charm and intrigue architecture buffs, urbanites, and lovers of the rustic.
Architecture in Atlantic City, Wildwood, Cape May, New Jersey Shore
From the glitzy architecture of Atlantic Citys boardwalk and casinos to the ornate homes, bungalows and bed and breakfast establishments (B&Bs) of historic Cape May, the Jersey Shore blends the best of the oldest and newest architectural trends.
Architecture in Philadelphia, Lancaster, the Poconos, Eastern Pennsylvania
The architecture of eastern Pennsylvania is a reflection of its Colonial origins. For instance, you can still find stone farmhouses built by English Quaker settlers in the late-1600s throughout the rolling countryside.
Architecture in Washington D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland
Home to some of the world's most iconic buildings and structures, Washington DC seems to have architectural wonders in every direction.
Architecture in Richmond, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg, North Carolina's Outer Banks
A generous assortment of sprawling plantation mansions and the finest examples of Colonial- and Federal-style architecture in the country - for architecture buffs, a visit to eastern North Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland is an absolute must.
Architecture in Pittsburgh, Laurel Highlands and Southwestern Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh possesses a very unique urban skyline. Walk up and down Grant Street to see the city's most impressive historic and contemporary architecture. Don't miss Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater.
Architecture in Hawaii
Architecture in Midwest States
Architecture in New England
Architecture in Rocky Mountain States
Architecture in Southern States
Architecture in Southwestern States
Architecture in Western States
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